Snes9x GX 4.0.4

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    Snes9x GX is a Super Nintendo™ / Super Famicom emulator for the Nintendo Wii.
    Snes9x GX is a port of Snes9x 1.51 (http://snes9x.ipherswipsite.com). It was
    originally ported by SoftDev for the GameCube, and has been worked on by
    various authors. Development has since moved to the Wii, and the project is
    currently being maintained by Tantric and michniewski.

    Snes9x GX is a "homebrew application" which means you will need a way to run
    unsigned code on your Nintendo Wii. The best website for getting started with
    Wii homebrew is WiiBrew (www.wiibrew.org). Also check out TehSkeen
    (www.tehskeen.com) for its support forums. Each site has information and
    guides on how to install and get homebrew working on your Nintendo Wii.

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    | FEATURES |
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    * Based on Snes9x 1.51 - superior ROM compatibility
    * Wiimote, Nunchuk, Classic, and Gamecube controller support
    * SNES Superscope, Mouse, Justifier support
    * Cheat support
    * Auto Load/Save Game Snapshots and SRAM
    * Custom controller configurations
    * SD, USB, DVD (requires DVDx), SMB, GC Memory Card, Zip, and 7z support
    * Autodetect PAL/NTSC, 16:9 widescreen support
    * Original/filtered/unfiltered video modes
    * Turbo Mode - up to 2x the normal speed
    * Zoom option to zoom in/out
    * Open Source!

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    | UPDATE HISTORY |
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    [4.0.4 - April 30, 2009]

    * Improved scrollbar
    * Built with more stable libogc/libfat
    * Fixed rumble bug in filebrowser
    * Added confirmation prompts
    * Fixed settings saving glitches

    [4.0.3 - April 23, 2009]

    * Settings resetting glitch fixed

    [4.0.2 - April 22, 2009]

    * GameCube controller home trigger fixed
    * USB support fixed
    * More stable SMB support
    * Corrections/improvements to game saving/loading
    * Video mode corrections
    * hq2x filter no longer crashes hi-res games on unfiltered/filtered modes
    * Corrections to cheat file parsing
    * Super Scope turbo now activated when holding Down button
    * Settings are now saved when exiting game menu settings area
    * Super Scope pause button now works
    * Invalid VRAM access is now allowed - should fix some homebrew games
    * New video mode selection in menu (forcing a video mode is not recommended)

    [4.0.1 - April 13, 2009]

    * Fixed turning off autosave in menu
    * Keyboard fixed, more keys added
    * Fixed 7z loading from DVD
    * Enable auto loading and renaming of SRAM save without "Auto" in the name
    * PAL resolution fixed - no more letterboxing
    * File browser scrollbar box now draggable, arrow buttons now scroll list
    * Better handling of multiple on-screen wiimotes
    * Menu restructured - new "Game Settings" menu

    [4.0.0 - April 4, 2009]

    * New GX-based menu, with a completely redesigned layout. Has Wiimote IR
    support, sounds, graphics, animation effects, and more
    * Thanks to the3seashells for designing some top-notch artwork, to
    Peter de Man for composing the music, and a special thanks to shagkur for
    fixing libogc bugs that would have otherwise prevented the release
    * Onscreen keyboard for changing save/load folders and network settings
    * Menu configuration options (configurable exit button, wiimote orientation,
    volumes)
    * Configurable button mapping for superscope, mouse and justifier
    * New save manager, allowing multiple saves and save browsing. Shows
    screenshots for Snapshot saves, and save dates/times
    * Experimental hq2x filter, contributed by michniewski

    [009 - January 27, 2009]

    * Faster SD/USB - new read-ahead cache
    * Removed trigger of back to menu for Classic Controller right joystick
    * Fixed a bug with reading files < 2048 bytes
    * Fixed some memory leaks, buffer overflows, etc
    * Code cleanup, other general bugfixes

    [008 - December 24, 2008]

    * Fixed unstable SD card access
    * Proper SD/USB hotswap (Wii only)
    * Auto-update feature (Wii only)
    * Rewritten SMB access - speed boost, NTLM now supported (Wii only)
    * Improved file access code
    * Resetting preferences now resets controls
    * Fixed "invalid file size" error on smaller games (eg: Space Invaders)
    * Fixed hangup in Super Mario RPG
    * Minor bug fixes

    [007 - November 19, 2008]

    * added: SDHC support
    * added: SD/USB hot-swapping
    * added: zoom saving
    * added: IPS/UPS/PPF patch support
    * added: Qoob modchip support (thanks emukidid!)
    * added: Added console/remote power button support (Wii only)
    * added: Added reset button support - resets game (Wii only)
    * changed: Settings file is now named settings.xml and is stored in the same
    folder as the DOL - eg: apps/Snes9xGX/settings.xml (Wii only)
    * fixed: swc, sfc file support
    * fixed: inverted sound channels
    * fixed: some game crashes
    * fixed: snapshot saving for games with SPC7110, BS, DSP, or CX4
    * fixed: justifier support
    * fixed: superscope turbo button
    * fixed: widescreen support
    * fixed: ActRaiser 2 issues
    * fixed: Invalid memory accesses in C4 and OBC1. MMX3 Toxic Seahorse stage
    now can be emulated with HDMA. (zones)
    * fixed: Updated snapshot to prevent desync. Added some variables related to
    APU and HDMA. (gocha)
    * fixed: zoom issues (thanks eke-eke!)
    * fixed: original modes (thanks eke-eke!)
    * fixed: vertical scaling for filtered/unfiltered modes (thanks eke-eke!)

    [006 - October 15, 2008]

    Tantric
    * added: 480p for GameCube
    * added: Sound sync
    * added: 7z support
    * changed: Faster SD/USB access (readahead cache enabled)
    * fixed: Video offset issues
    * fixed: BS-X games work now
    * fixed: Wii DVD works now
    * fixed: DVD re-enabled for GameCube
    * fixed: Nunchuk analog stick issues
    * fixed: Many crashes, memory leaks, etc

    michniewski
    * added: Video shift options
    * changed: Turn DVD motor off option re-enabled for GameCube

    [005 - September 23, 2008]

    michniewski
    * added: Superscope/mouse/justifier support, with Wii remote
    * added: 3 render modes - Original, Filtered, Unfiltered
    * added: widescreen compensation option
    * added: DVD support on the Wii
    * changed: zoom - limited range, added reset zoom option

    Tantric
    * added: now uses SNES 1.51 core (thanks to eke-eke for help with this)
    * added: cheats menu! Loads .CHT file from /snes9x/cheats folder,
    .CHT file name must match file name of ROM
    * added: load/save preference selector. ROM, SRAM, Freeze, and preferences
    are saved/loaded according to these
    * added: preliminary Windows file share loading/saving (SMB) support on Wii:
    You can input your network settings into snes9xGX.xml, or edit
    s9xconfig.cpp from the source code and compile.
    * added: 'Auto' settings for save/load - attempts to automatically determine
    your load/save device(s) - SD, USB, Memory Card, DVD, SMB
    * added: ROM Information page
    * added: Game Menu - all game-specific options are here now:
    SRAM save/load, Snapshot save/load, game reload, etc
    * added: Credits page
    * fixed: sd gecko works now
    * fixed: full USB support
    * changed: menu structure
    * changed: preferences are now loaded and saved in XML format. You can open
    snes9xGX.xml edit all settings, including some not available within
    the program
    * changed: if Home button is pressed when a game is running, Game Menu pops up
    * changed: if preferences can't be loaded at the start and/or are reset,
    preferences menu pops up - remove to save your preferences!
    * changed: SRAM load - game reloaded automatically after loading SRAM

    [004 - August 5, 2008]

    * added: option to disable AA filtering
    (snes graphics 'crisper', AA now default OFF)
    * added: mapped zooming and turbo mode to classic controller
    * added: preliminary usb support (loading)
    * changed: sram and freezes now saved by filename, not internal romname.
    If you have multiple versions of the same game, you can now have
    srams and freezes for each version. A prompt to convert to the
    new naming is provided for sram only.
    * changed: by default, autoload/save sram and freeze enabled

    [003 - July 25, 2008]
    * added: alphabetical file sorting
    * added: background logo/backdrop + nicer menus
    * added: scrolling in ROM selector
    * fixed: switching between pal/ntsc ROMS doesn't mess up timings
    * fixed: GC controller config works now
    * fixed: freeze autoloading on ROM load
    * fixed: zipped ROMS should now load in a reasonable time
    * fixed: precompiled dols for autosaving to various locations (see readme)
    * changed: GC default quickload slot (to sd) (thanks kerframil)
    * changed: default load/save dirs are now "/snes9x/roms" and
    "/snes9x/saves/" (thanks kerframil)
    * changed: Classic X and Y defaults aren't switched
    * changed: if autosave is enabled, it doesn't ask to save SRAM
    anymore. It is saved in the background.
    * updated README

    [002 - July 21, 2008]
    * added: classic and nunchuk support
    * added: all controllers can now be configured
    * added: GC version (untested)
    * changed: mappings are no longer stored in SRAM, but in config file.
    This means no per-game configurations, but one global
    config per controller.
    * one makefile to make all versions. (thanks to snes9x143 SVN)


    [001 - July 12, 2008]
    * compiles with latest devkitppc (r15)
    * now uses libfat (can use front sd slot on wii)
    * updated menu items a bit
    * wiimote support
    * fixed: autoload sram/freeze
    * fixed: rom plays immediately after loading

    [older update history at the bottom]

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    | INSTALLATION |
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    To install Snes9x GX you will need to copy over the "apps" and "snes9x"
    folders (directories) from this archive to your SD Card. It comes
    pre-packaged in the Homebrew Channel format (which you will use to launch
    the emulator). Once you've copied the directories to your SD Card you will
    need to place your ROM image(s) into "\snes9x\roms" directory and place any
    cheat code files (optional) in the "\snes9x\cheats" directory. Once this is
    done you can proceed to run the emulator via the Homebrew Channel.

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    | INITIAL SETUP |
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    If you are upgrading from a previous version you will need to remove the
    "settings.xml" file from "\apps\Snes9xGX" directory on your SD Card. If you
    are not upgrading then don't worry about it.

    The first time you run Snes9x GX it will create a new "settings.xml" file on
    the SD Card which stores the configuration of the emulator. So when you run
    Snes9x GX it will automatically detect your storage medium and will bring you
    to the ROM selection screen. If you want to run a game with the default
    settings then just highlight the game and press "A" on it and it will load.
    However, you can configure SNES9X to your liking.

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    | CONFIGURATION |
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    To configure Snes9x GX press "A" on the "Settings" box. This will brings up
    the "Settings" screen where you can configure the Button Mappings, Video,
    Saving, Menu and Network. You can also restore the settings to their initial
    values by clicking on the "Reset Settings" and you can return to the ROM
    selection screen by clicking on "Go Back".

    --•[ Button Mappings ]•--

    Once in the Button Mappings settings menu you'll have the option to pick to
    configure the SNES Controller, Super Scope, SNES Mouse and the Justifier.
    Once you select a controller to configure you will be presented with which
    input device you would like to configure. To set the button simply click on
    the input device you wish to use and then pick the button you wish to map.
    After you select a button to configure Snes9x GX will prompt you to press
    the button you wish to assign to the button you've selected. Below is a list
    of each controller followed by the input devices and the default values for
    those devices.

    [ SNES Controller ]

    • GameCube Controller

    A = A
    B = B
    X = X
    Y = Y
    L = L
    R = R
    START = START
    SELECT = Z
    UP = UP
    DOWN = DOWN
    LEFT = LEFT
    RIGHT = RIGHT

    • Wiimote

    A = B
    B = 2
    X = 1
    Y = A
    START = PLUS
    SELECT = MINUS
    UP = UP
    DOWN = DOWN
    LEFT = LEFT
    RIGHT = RIGHT

    • Classic Controller

    A = A
    B = B
    X = X
    Y = Y
    L = L
    R = R
    UP = UP
    DOWN = DOWN
    LEFT = LEFT
    RIGHT = RIGHT

    • Wiimote Nunchuck + Wiimote

    A = A
    B = B
    X = C
    Y = Z
    L = 2
    R = 1
    START = PLUS
    SELECT = MINUS
    UP = UP
    DOWN = DOWN
    LEFT = LEFT
    RIGHT = RIGHT

    [ Super Scope ]

    • GameCube Controller

    FIRE = A
    AIM OFFSCREEN = B
    CURSOR = Z
    TURBO ON = Y
    TURBO OFF = X
    PAUSE = START

    • Wiimote

    FIRE = B
    AIM OFFSCREEN = A
    CURSOR = MINUS
    TURBO ON = UP
    TURBO OFF = DOWN
    PAUSE = PLUS

    [ SNES Mouse ]

    • GameCube Controller

    LEFT BUTTON = A
    RIGHT BUTTON = B

    • Wiimote

    LEFT BUTTON = A
    RIGHT BUTTON = B

    [ Justifier ]

    • GameCube Controller

    FIRE = B
    AIM OFFSCREEN = A
    START = START

    • Wiimote

    FIRE = B
    AIM OFFSCREEN = A
    START = PLUS

    --•[ VIDEO ]•--

    The Video settings screen will allow you to configure various video settings
    including the Rendering method, Scaling, Filtering, Screen Zoom and Screen
    Position. You can toggle the options for the first three selections by
    clicking on them. To make the Filtering option you select you must enable
    Filtering under the Rendering setting.

    • Rendering - Unfiltered
    - Original
    - Filtered

    • Scaling - Default
    - 16:9 Correction

    • Filtering - None
    - hq2x
    - hq2x Soft
    - hq2x Bold

    Screen Zoom will bring up a menu where you can adjust the Zoom level by using
    the left and right arrows that you can click on. The default setting is 100%.

    The Screen Position option will bring up a screen with four arrows that
    allows you to move the position of the output. You'll only need to use this
    option if the screen is not centered. Combining this with the Zoom and
    Scaling you should be able to get a proper display on your television.

    --•[ SAVING & LOADING ]•--

    From this setup option you can configure the way Snes9x GX loads and saves.
    Your options are Load Method, Load Folder, Save Method, Save Folder, Auto
    Load and Auto Save. Clicking on all of the options except the folders will
    let you toggle through their settings. Clicking on the folder options will
    bring up a text box where you can enter in the folder you wish to use for
    your save data. Snes9x GX has two types of saves - one is the SRAM which is
    the save game data (this is only applicable if the game you're playing
    supports saving) and the other is Snapshots which are real time saves. Real
    time saves allow you to save your game in it's current state and resume it
    at a later time.

    • Load Method - SD, USB, DVD, Network and Auto

    • Save Method - SD, USB, Network and Auto

    • Auto Load - SRAM, Snapshot and Off

    • Auto Save - SRAM, Snapshot and Off

    --•[ MENU ]•--

    This settings screen will allow you to customize a few aspects on how the
    Menu works including the Exit Action, Wiimote Orientation, Music Volume and
    the Sound Effects Volume. The Exit Action can be set to "Return to Loader",
    "Return to Wii Menu" and "Power off Wii". The Wiimote Orientation can be set
    to Vertical or Horizontal and then you can increase and decrease the Music
    and Sound Effects Volume.

    --•[ NETWORK ]•--

    If you're going to be using your Network (LAN) to load and/or save from you
    will need to enter in the SMB share settings you've setup on your computer
    via this settings menu. You will need to enter in the SMB Share IP, Share
    Name, Share Username and Share Password. If you do not have a password on
    your SMB share then set the SMB Share Password to "0".

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    | FILE BROWSER |
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    The File Browser will automatically load when you start the emulator and it
    will automatically list the contents of the "\snes9x\roms\" directory on your
    SD card. Like mentioned above in the Configuration -> Saving & Loading you
    can specifically a different directory to load from. To launch a game (the
    game can either be uncompressed or inside a ZIP archive) simply click on it
    and it will load. You may also change the directory you're in by clicking
    on "Up One Level".

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    | GAMEPLAY |
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    Once you load a game you can access another option menu by pressing the
    "Home" button. This will bring up the Save, Load, Reset, Controller and
    Cheats options. From this menu you can also return to the File Browser by
    selecting "Main Menu". To leave the menu and resume game play select "Close".

    The Save option will allow you to save either your SRAM or a Snapshot. Once
    you've selected Save two options will appear named "New SRAM" and "New
    Snapshot". Clicking on these will create a new save. Once you have a save
    you can save over it by selecting it instead of a "New" option. The Load
    option will allow you to load your saved SRAM or Snapshot. Reset will reset
    the game. If you pick Controller you can toggle between which controller you
    wish to use to control your game with. The last option, Cheats, will allow you
    to toggle your cheat codes (see below).

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    | CHEATS |
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    Cheats are loaded from the "\snes9x\cheats" directory and must be in the
    SNES9X .CHT file format. They also must be named the same name as the game
    you're playing with the .cht extentsion. An example would be if you have a
    ROM called "Super Mario World.smc" you would need to name your .cht file to
    "Super Mario World.cht". You can find a link to a massive collection of Super
    NES cheat codes in the Links section (below).

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    | TURBO MODE |
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    TurboMode increases the playback speed of the game by about 2x. To use
    TurboMode simply press the c-stick (yellow control stick) to the right and
    hold it right as long as you want playback to be double-speed. Release the
    c-stick when you want normal playback speed to resume.

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    | IMPORTING AND EXPORTING SRAM |
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    Snes9x GX now includes the ability to load SRAM from Snes9x on other
    platforms (Mac/PC/Linux/etc) and to save back to those platforms.

    To load a SRAM file on the Wii or Gamecube from another platform, ensure the
    name of the SRM file matches the filename of the ROM (except with an SRM
    extension).

    To use a Wii/GameCube SRAM file on another platform just do the opposite:
    copy the saved SRAM file to the other platform. You may have to rename the
    file to be what that version of snes9x expects it to be.

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    | UPDATE HISTORY (OLD) |
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    [2.0.1b8]
    * Added: SD slot B options for freezes, sram and loading of roms
    * Changed: SMB options no longer displayed in menus when run on a Wii
    * Changed: Game auto resumes running after resetting when choosing the "Reset
    Game" menu option
    * Fixed (maybe): Reading of DVDs past the 1.36 GB barrier (Wii only) please
    test! - svpe

    [2.0.1b7]
    * Fixed: Zip compressed freezes to memory card could become corrupted as the
    file size changed - fixed this by deleting the existing file before writing
    a new one if the file size increased. If the file got smaller or stayed the
    same the original file is updated, using less of the existing file if the
    actual file size is smaller. A check is made before deleting the existing
    freeze file to ensure that there is enough space available for the new
    file. Note that additional space equivalent to the new file size must be
    available. If not enough space is available the original freeze is retained
    and the user is informed of the lack of space.
    * Fixed: If option to auto-load freeze was selected, joypad config would not
    be restored since that is stored in SRAM. Resolved this for now by first
    loading SRAM if any and then loading the freeze. Obviously having to have
    both SRAM and freeze is not ideal, but this gets the job done if you have
    enough space on your memory card, SD card, etc.
    * Added prompt when returning to the menu with autosave enabled allowing the
    user choose whether or not to perform the save. Press A to save or B if you
    don't wish to save.
    * Added optional verification of Gamecube memory card saves. After writing
    the file it reads it back in and verifies that the written file matches
    what was to be saved. If it doesn't or if there was a problem opening the
    file it reports the problem to the user. Set this option in the preferences
    if desired.
    * Added Reset Gamecube/Wii menu item
    * Experimental DVD support for reading beyond 1.36 GB barrier on Wii. I have
    no way to test this, so please report on whether or not it works! Based on
    svpe's code.

    NOTE: due to changes in the settings, this version will reset your emulator
    options settings, so if you had saved preferences you will need to make your
    changes to the emulator settings again and save them.

    [2.0.1b6a]
    * Fixed: Going up a directory when selecting a rom on a DVD wasn't working

    [2.0.1b6]
    * PAL Wii support - no separate version necessary! - eke-eke
    * PAL roms now play at correct speed via internal timer, ntsc roms still use
    more accurate VSYNC timing - eke-eke
    * Zipped freezes to memory card - take 9-12 blocks or so - based on denman's
    code
    * Added option for auto save and load of freezes. For saving, can do both SRAM
    and Freeze if desired
    * Memory card saving and loading shows a progress bar
    * More miscellaneous ease-of-use improvements and cleanup
    * Fixed: pressing B to get out of a rom file selection screen no longer drops
    you all the way back to the main menu. Now goes back to choice of where to
    load ROM (the "Load from DVD", "Load from SMB"... screen)
    * Fixed: loading of joypad configuration in SRAM works again - no longer gets
    messed up

    [2.0.1b5]
    * B button implemented in all menus (returns to previous menu)
    * Fixed bug when freezing state to SD card - would crash if SD support was not
    previously initialized
    * Fixed double A button press needed after manual prefs/sram save to memory card
    * Fixed delay after pressing A button after saving freeze to SD card
    * Fixed problem of ".srm" SRAM file being created when SRAM was saved with no
    ROM loaded
    * Fixed version number in SRAM and preferences
    * Minor other code revisions

    [2.0.1b1 through 2.0.1b4]
    * SRAM saving and loading from snes9x on other platforms via SD card or SMB
    * Games now autostart once loaded
    * After manually loading SRAM the emulator is automatically reset
    * Optional auto-loading of SRAM from memory card, SD or SMB after game loads
    * Optional auto-saving of SRAM to memory card, SD or SMB when returning to menu
    * TurboMode
    * Global emulator preferences
    * Menus redesigned (hopefully for the better!)
    * Comes in 6 variants, each auto-loading/saving preferences/sram to a different
    location: mcslota, mcslotb, sdslota, sdslotb, smb, and noload
    * ROM injector works again
    * A number of small improvements and bug fixes

    [2.0 WIP6]
    * Port of SNES9X 1.50
    * SMB support
    * SD support
    * Greatly improved emulation and timing for NTSC roms
    * Save states (freezes) to SD and SMB
    * Screen zoom
    * Improved font and display
    * ROM injector
    * ... and more ...

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    | CREDITS |
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    Coding & menu design Tantric
    Coding michniewski
    Menu artwork the3seashells
    Menu sound Peter de Man

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    Snes9x GX GameCube SoftDev, crunchy2,
    eke-eke, others

    Snes9x 1.51 Snes9x Team
    libogc/devkitPPC shagkur & wintermute
    FreeTypeGX Armin Tamzarian
    Documentation brakken

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    | LINKS |
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    SNES9X GX Project Page
    <a href="http://code.google.com/p/snes9x-gx" target="_blank">http://code.google.com/p/snes9x-gx</a>

    Wii Homebrew Community
    www.wiibrew.org

    SNES9X GX Support Site
    www.tehskeen.com

    Free (Public Domain) ROMs
    www.pdroms.de

    Cheat Codes
    www.cheatzilla.com

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    Download Snes9x GX 4.0.4 here:
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    <a href="http://snes9x-gx.googlecode.com/files/Snes9x%20GX%204.0.4%20-%20GameCube.zip" target="_blank">Snes9x GX 4.0.4 - GameCube</a>
     

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